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02 September 2019 Questionnaires for students are now ready!

The questionnaire for students B1 and B2 are now ready. The partners have sarted to translating them in the national languages of the project. From October the questionnaires will be filled out by the students of the schools involved in the project.

The results will be collected by each partner and analysed for the creation of specific tools for monitoring and intervening towards Learning Disabilities in Math.   

08 May 2019 Conference in Portugal

The Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB) organizes numerous events, with the aim of making the institution known to the general public and to publicize its training offer. Opening its doors to the community, IPB facilitates contact with the reality of higher education, offering diverse activities from demonstrations, visits to laboratories and experimental activities. Among these activites, IPB had the posibility to speak of the SMiLD project, its objectives and the result achieved until now, to a public made of 2500 people. 

18 March 2019 Creation of the questionnaires for students

The project partners of the SMiLD project, led by University of Genova as coordinator, started to work at the development of the 2 questionnaire for students. The partnership is creating different typologies of exercise in order to choose the best ones and adapt them at the questionnaires. The final results will be 2 questionnaires: 

  • A questionnaire to be proposed to all students in order to make an initial analysis that allows to divide students into specific categories. 
  • A second questionnaire aiming at determing which are the difficulties that have the greatest influence on performance and skill in math. 
28 February 2019 Questionnaires for math teachers

2 questionnaires has been implemented by the project's partners and then carried out by 45 involved teachers. This activity is an important step for the SMiLD project in order for the partnership to use the results for the creation of 2 questionnaires for students to analyse the levels of learning disabilites in math. 

28 January 2019 Involvement of target groups

The project partners are curently creating a network of schools and math teachers. Several schools and math teachers have already been involved from partners' country in order to work together for the creation  and the testing of questionnaires for students with learning disabilities in math. The involved teachers will be fundamental also in the review of the Guidelines regarding learning disabilities in math. 

 

 

10 December 2018 SMiLD - Kick off meeting

The Kick off meeting took place in Florence on 6 - 7 December 2018. Emanuela de Negri and Lorenzo Martellini persented the project and the activities to be carried out to the partners. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners ot get to know each other and to discuss all the details related to the project's activities. At the of the meeting all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation, the financial rules and the activity the next activities which consists in the involvement of the target groups and the administration of the two questionnaires for teachers to define Learning Disabilities in Math in secondary education

 

06 December 2018 SMiLD Project

The SmiLD project has been funded by the European Commission through the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, focusing on the acquisition of skills and key competences with a specific focus on addressing underachievement in math. The project is based on the assumption that Learning Difficulties in Mathematics do not often occur with clarity and simplicity. They manifest themselves differently in different people, and are often left undiagnosed. The project aims at: Facilitating the identification of Learning Difficulties in Mathematics in secondary education students; Providing Math teachers with appropriate tools and sources to understand the Learning Difficulties in Mathematics; Enhancing the comprehension of Learning Difficulties in Mathematics at a transnational level.

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The SMiLD project is funded by the European Commission through the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.